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Report: #124031

Complaint Review: GotMatrix - Gregory Day - Akron Ohio

  • Submitted: Wed, December 22, 2004
  • Updated: Wed, December 22, 2004
  • Reported By: Riverside California
  • GotMatrix - Gregory Day
    432 N. Firestone Blvd.
    Akron, Ohio

GotMatrix, Gregory Day Scam! Illegal Lottery! Rip-Off! Akron Ohio

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I am writing to you in regards to an internet matrix scam of which I have become a victim. The website in question is In August of 2003 I was drawn to this website in the belief that I would be able to receive electronics, or even cash, for a minimal, up-front investment. The site explained that the process was 100% legal and that all I had to do was put a small amount of money down and I would be added to a matrix list to receive the gift I desired.

In return for my entry fee I did receive e-Books. The matrix-site owner assured me through the instructions on the site that I was purchasing this item, and that the entry into the matrix was a free-gift incentive. I later learned that the e-Books was not worth the $72.50 I put down, and it is clear that by selling an item the owner of this matrix site is attempting to circumvent laws against pyramid scams.

At this time, the website is defunct and no longer shows up when a web browser is pointed at it. I have limited contact information for the individuals who owned this website.

After searching for more information, I realized that the matrix sites are not as legitimate and legal as was promised to me. My search led me to There, I found several informative resources on the matrix site. In closing, I feel that I have been unlawfully scammed out of my money, and thus I am deferring to your offices for help in this matter. The owner of this "scam" site has run off with our money which he acquired illegally. Thank you for your time.

Riverside, California

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